They say necessity is the mother of invention, a saying that Dharmendra Kumar from Gopalpur Village in Pilibhit District, Uttar Pradesh, took very seriously. Dharmendra, an electronics engineer who graduated from the Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology in Kanpur in 2014, was driven by his mother’s health issues to invent a unique device to try and cure a serious illness like diabetes.
He claims to have made an electrical device called “Insolati” which can control diabetes without any medication. Most would have doubts about Dharmendra’s claims, but the way he created the device for his mother is inspiring.
In an exclusive conversation with Dharmendra, Indiatimes Hindi discovered the inspiring journey of an electronics engineer who changed direction and turned to diabetes research.
His father’s dream
Dharmendra was born on May 1, 1987 in Gopalpur and his father wanted him to become an engineer. Dharmendra never disappointed his father and moved from the village primary school to the Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology for Disability in Kanpur. It was not easy for him as he had suffered from polio since he was two years old.
With the support of his father and family, he never looked back. Dharmendra said that after graduating in electronics engineering he had many opportunities and finally he decided where to go. But at the same time, her mother was diabetic and her condition was becoming critical. Dharmendra said he had never known diabetes, what it was and what the cure was. He said that during the treatment of his mother, many questions like this were raised.
Trying to treat diabetes with cutting edge technology
While receiving treatment for her mother for diabetes, Dharmendra began researching diabetes. According to his research, when the brain does not have control over certain nerves in the body, then they do not function properly and the patients’ diabetes level is disturbed and the condition worsens. After learning all he could, he planned to solve the problem with technology and his journey began.
Eventually Dharmendra’s hard work paid off and he made an instrument called “Insolati” to treat diabetics. Dharmendra claims that “Insolati” can control diabetes and that patients do not need to take insulin after using it. According to Dharmendra, the waves emitted by the device control the amino acid levels in the body and, therefore, diabetes can be brought under control.
Dharmendra’s work arrives in France
Dharmendra claims he has used ‘Insolati’ on hundreds of diabetic patients and has only had positive results. About two years ago, Dharmendra used this device at a medical center in the Nagloi area of Delhi. He used his technique on 14 people, 12 of which showed positive effects. How many of Dharmendra’s statements are true, only time will tell.
Time and time again, his technique has been questioned. However, for Dharmendra, being invited to Paris to present his device seems like a good sign. He was also invited to the Third World Summit on Biotechnology and Plant Science held in France, but due to the pandemic he was unable to attend. But he didn’t give up. Dharmendra says that whenever he gets a chance to prove his technology, he’ll be up for any challenge.
Originally posted in Indiatimes Hindi